He's downsizing, and with some shrewd negotiations, I bet you could have his old place for under $10 million.
And I assume the house is staged that way, and that's not how he really lived in it!
A few weeks back, a friend of mine (and amazing guitarist), Phil Schurger, e-mailed me to see if I wanted to sit in on bass on a gig the following Friday. I love playing with Phil, so of course I said yes. Great, we are playing all Grateful Dead tunes, and were playing with Fareed Haque....
Well, my Grateful Dead cover band played our last gig with the current lineup. Due to life situations and folks moving out of town, we are losing our keyboard player and our lead guitar player (I play bass in this group). We'll find other folks and keep on keepin' on (the band has been around...
I snuck a photo of my Tornado into an article for this month's Premier Guitar. It's not identified in the caption, but those who get it will know what it is.
This is a tune from a project I've been working on with my wife. It's about 90% mixed (not yet mastered). What do you guys think - both about the song and the mix?
Thanks for the feedback!
I wanted a chance to live with this guitar a bit before posting a review. It's really so different from all the other guitars I own that it took a while to get my head around it. I have to say, I like it more every time I play it, which is pretty impressive. At any rate, to start with, here...
Anybody going to the Pot Luck Studio Conference (formerly Tape Op) in New Orleans June 6-8? I'll be there, doing something in the demo studio, but they haven't told me what yet. If anybody is attending, stop on by and say hello!
I just wanted to see if any TGP'ers were going to the Tape Op Convention next week in Tucson. I'll be there, doing a drum workshop in the Pot Luck Studio on Friday morning with Mike Caffrey, so be sure to stop by and say hello.